Deal: 40% off Oral-B teeth whitening treatments

Posted: 23 October 2020 5:42 pm
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Normally costing $44.99, they're now down to $26.99. Here are the details.

With coronavirus restrictions easing around the country, the salad days of not caring about your appearance will soon be over. That means new clothes, a proper haircut and – if you've been guzzling red wine and coffee to get through lockdown – whiter teeth.

Fortunately, it's possible to whiten your smile on the cheap right now. Oral-B's 3D White Whitestrips Treatments are currently selling for 40% off the RRP on Amazon. Normally retailing for $44.99, they're now down to just $26.99.

Each pack contains 28 treatments that promise to remove up to 10 years of stains. The product uses the same enamel-safe whitening ingredient as dentists (hydrogen peroxide) which is capable of removing tough coffee, wine and smoking stains. According to Oral-B, you can expect visibly whiter results within 5 days.

The product received favourable customer reviews on sites like Amazon, Chemist Warehouse, eBay and Woolworths with an average score of around 4 out of 5. Oral-B recommends using 3D White toothpaste and 3D White mouthwash with the treatment for better results, but this isn't necessary.

To get the deal, click on the link below.


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40% off Oral-B Whitestrip Treatments

Oral-B has knocked 40% off the RRP of 3D White Whitestrips Treatment packs. Normally costing $44.99 they're now down to $26.99 per pack. (There are 28 strips in each pack.) You can also get an extra 10% off through Amazon's Subscribe & Save offer.

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